Our expert says:
Sounds like you may have been too successful, too easily. Frankly, though it may be grand for the person getting such easy promotion, its almost irresponsible to promote a 20-year-old so easily to run a program --- nomatter how brilliant you may be in some ways, you are obviously lacking in experience --- of that job, of the industry your work in and its needs, and so on. And then recruited by another company, perhaps before truly proving yourself in the first job ?
There can be mno doubt that you are expert at putting yourself across and must be brilliant in interviews. But that is FAR from being enough to be actually good at doing the job itself. How could you feel motivated to do the job when you didn't actually have to work your way up and earn it, but got it handed to you on a plate ? And now you think of changing career ? Great value you gave to those who thought so much of you, and were foolish enough to rely on a stunning interview rathwer than consistent good performance.
Don't rely too much on the praise of others ( who may expect that to benefit them )
Than again, in love affairs and jobs, there are people who enjoy the thrill and challenge of the hunt, but rapidly lose interest with their prey once they have it in their grasp.
As Coco says, dont do as too many do, and exaggerate how happy you will be in any other post such as Pilates Instructer, or how long you would be happy in it, or what other choices you would have if that course failed. Try doing it on weekends, to see how it goes.
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